Bomb in Van of NJ Kosher Market Terror Suspects Could’ve Killed People 5 Football Fields Away, Officials Say


JERSEY CITY — The bomb that was discovered in the van of the Anti-Semitic Terror attack suspects could have killed or wounded victims up to five football fields away, FBI officials said Monday.

Terrorists Francine Graham and David Anderson also had enough materials in the van to make a second bomb.

On December 10, the attack was carried out at a Jewish-owned kosher grocery store located in the Greenville section of Jersey City, New Jersey. Five people were killed at the store, including the two assailants and three civilians whom they attacked.

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal stated that evidence indicated the attacks were acts of hate and domestic terrorism fuelled both by anti-Semitism and anti-law enforcement beliefs.

The deceased suspects, were members of the hate group known as the ‘Black Hebrew Israelite movement,’ which has no connection to mainstream Judaism.

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